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N5751M

N5751M - Midwest LifeTeam is based in Wichita. Midwest LifeTeam is owned and operated by Midwest Corporate Aviation located in Wichita. Crew is Pilot, Nurse and Medic. Midwest LifeTeam started operations in the fall of 2001. Thanks to Frank Williams, Chief Flight Nurse. Added 07/10/2003.




N404EM

N404EM - EagleMed 4 based at Mid-Continent Airport in Wichita. EagleMed operates 3 helicopters from bases in Wichita and Hays in Kansas - and also in Perry, Oklahoma. The vendor for EagleMed 4 is Rocky Mountain Helicopters. Thanks to Jeff Landgraff, RN/MICT, CFN, EagleMed 3.


N409EM

N409EM - EagleMed 9 is based in Hays and is one one of two new helicopters EagleMed had added in the past year. This AS350B2 A-Star has three-axis autopilot and IFR GPS. The Hays base started operations on 04/15/2002 and serves a mostly rural area out as far as 115 nautical miles. Ballard Aviation owns and operates EagleMed's A-Star helicopters. Thanks to Jeff Warner, Pilot, EagleMed 9. Added 07/26/2002.


N407EM

N407EM - EagleMed 7 is based in Wichita and is in service 12 hours a day. Also serves as a backup aircraft for the other bases. Thanks to Jeff Warner, Pilot, EagleMed 9. Added 07/27/2002.




N5797T

N5797T - LifeNet 2-1 based at Johnson County Executive Airport in Olathe. Crew is pilot, nurse and medic. The vendor is Rocky Mountain Helicopters. Thanks to Kevin Orr. Added 06/24/2002.




N911LW

N911LW - LifeWATCH based at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita. LifeWatch has flown over 3 million air miles in 25 years of service. (In 2001 EagleMed started servicing Wesley Medical Center). Thanks to Joseph Crane. Added 01/29/2000.




N230H

N230H - LIFESTAR from Topeka is an airport based program serving Stormont-Vail Regional Medical Center and St. Francis Medical Center. This aircraft crashed and was destroyed in August, 1998 while on a maintenance flight. The pilot and two mechanics were uninjured. The program is now operating a BO105. Thanks to Raymond Farrow, EMT.


N233SL

N233SL - This BO105 is now being used as Topeka LIFESTAR. They are looking to replace this aircraft with a BK117 in the summer of 1999. N233SL is an old ARCH helicopter St. Louis. Thanks to Raymond Farrow, EMT.


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